[Drupal] How to add fonts in CK-Editor?
BY chithra.k
7 years ago
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Why do we use CK-Editor? Well, obviously to create customizable contents, right? If you are creating a page, you can change the heading style, color, font-size, font-style etc with the help of CK-Editor. Well,I don't know if you could create your custom color or font-size, but changing default fonts of ckeditor is definitely possible. For that you may follow the below steps:

Step 1 : Create a css that contains the path to the fonts.

For eg: I have a fonts folder in which I have 3 fonts Alegreya-Black, BadScript Regular and BilboSwashCaps.
The structure of my fonts.css is

@font-face {
  font-family: Alegreya-Black;
  src: url('../fonts/ Alegreya-Black.eot');
@font-face {
  font-family: BadScript Regular;
  src: url('../fonts/ BadScript Regular.eot');
@font-face {
  font-family: BilboSwashCaps;
  src: url('../fonts/ BilboSwashCaps.eot');

You may download the fonts from www.google.com/webfonts

Step-2 : Change the CKeditor configuration

  1. Go to admin/config/content/ckeditor
  2. Click on edit against the profile for which you need the fonts .
  3. Click on Advanced Options
  4. Inside the Custom Javascript configuration box, add the fonts you want .
    config.font_names ='Alegreya-Black; BadScript-Regular; BilboSwashCaps';
    config.fontSize_sizes = '16/16px;24/24px;48/48px';
  5. After that , you have to tell the ck editor , where are your fonts. For this , go to css option in the edit profile

    In the css file path field , add the path to your fonts.css . Two Placeholders are available .They are
    %h – host name
    %t – path to theme
    Eg : If your css resides inside your theme's stylesheet folder , You can add the path as %hsites/all/themes/theme_name/stylesheet/fonts.css .

After adding the css path , you can watch your fonts working perfectly!! .



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